Now Hiring: Environmental Sustainability Educational Project Coordinator

This is a September to June part time position designed to promote sustainability learning and practices throughout the Conservative/Masorti movement. The position is under the auspices of the Rabbinical Assembly and designed to be managed remotely.

The Project Coordinator will be the key staff member in implementing a grant to assist Conservative/Masorti congregations and institutions worldwide in their understanding and pursuit of the imperative of sustainable living. The capstone to this project will be a “Week of Learning and Doing” in May 2024.

Coordinator will report to the Social Justice Project Manager.

Primary job responsibilities are:

  • Overseeing and coordinating the implementation of this program in partnership with the major stakeholders
  • Gathering, creating or coordinating the creation of a packet of educational and sermonic materials on the topic of sustainability (Yishuv ha’olam) including pertinent materials from KKL/JNF tailored for the Conservative/Masorti movement to use in adult education, youth activities, social action and hevruta study
  • Connecting with various Conservative/Masorti institutions throughout the movement to recruit and aid their participation in this program, the week of learning and doing, and the JCLC initiative
  • Meeting with Exploring Judaism to create a web presence to promote this program, host the project’s learning materials and highlight the activities that congregations undertake.
  • Planning, coordinating and running springtime Week of Learning and Doing among Conservative/Masorti institution
  • Increasing the number of Conservative/Masorti institutions participating in Adamah’s Jewish Climate Leadership Coalition program
  • Coordinating regular meetings with the steering committee
  • Coordinating publicity campaign to provide broad awareness of this program among Conservative/Masorti institutions.
  • Incorporating the Zionist perspective on Sustainability among the project's participants.
  • Reporting on the progress of the program including number of institutions engaged, the nature of their engagement, the adoption of educational materials and an overall assessment of the impact of the program.


  • Relevant experience with curating and developing educational materials
  • Experience with project implementation including staying within budget
  • Ability to follow through independently on tasks and assignments
  • Highly organized and detail oriented
  • Flexible and willing to work as part of a team
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Experience overseeing a marketing campaign
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office, Google Suite and Zoom
  • Understanding of environmental issues and sustainability principles
  • Knowledge of Hebrew, passion for Jewish life and culture a plus

Compensation: 17,000 USD (paid in monthly payments of $1700 between September and June)

Location: Remote, must be available for occasional meetings during East Coast working hours. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to